Actually, if you go to the video tape, you will notice that it was Donald Trump indeed, who beat Perez's fellow screamer, Hillary Clinton. She lost t he election by "a lot" of electoral votes. Hillary's California win put her over the top in popular votes but that isn't how the United States determines the election win. So she lost. Trump win. Case closed.
Perez also suggested to the choir that President Trump doesn't care about voters, which is why he is doing, or at least attempting to do, that which he promised to the voters.
If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. Period. Hmm.
Perez, who was Labor secretary under Obama, is clearly taking the left in a battle with the Trump administration, and is trying his doggone best to sound like 'The Donald.' But instead, he sounds like Hillary Clinton with small testicles.
Rather than using his title, Perez said, "Donald Trump, you don't understand our values. You didn't win the election."
I must repeat myself--he won, you lost, get on with your miserable, petty life, you ugly bald-headed loser. Since Obama screwed the pooch starting in 2010, the Democrats lost the House, then the Senate, and now, yes now, the White House. Trump won.
Beating Hillary Clinton really hurt the Democrats emotionally--they even were able to get some of the questions for the presidential debate from Donna Brazile and still Hillary lost. Perhaps it had more to do with how much the country distrusted her, thought her incompetent, sneaky and had no actual platform.
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (Duh-FL) resigned after Trump was victorious and won the election [Perez]. It was also revealed that Wasserman-Schultz was in the bag for Clinton and wanted to do whatever it took to defeat the socialist Sanders.
"We have a bully in Washington in the White House," Perez told the Newark crowd who previously didn't know the White House was in Washington.
One thing for sure is that Tom Perez is no bully to the banks. Under Obama he was quite friendly to them just like Hillary was to Wall Street. If Trump is a bully to the banks, that's more in line with Perez than Perez being in line with his party.
To see where Perez stands on the few issues he's willing to stand on, click here.